1. Using the strategies discussed in library videotutorial #1, search on some terms and find four articles on this topic. Your search can be quite broad at this stage.  Try to use some searchphrases that require that you use quotation marks, as the video demonstrates.
Please write the topic on which yousearched and the search terms you used to search on it as partof your response to Task #1. 
2. Again, using the strategies from library videotutorial #1, for the four articles you found, please write titles of the fourarticles and the journals in which they appeared.  You dont have to citeanything in APA format, or anything of that nature.  Just post the titlesand the journal names.
3. Using the strategies discussed in library videotutorial #2, conduct a NEW search on a phrase related to your major or to aworkplace topic of interest to you.  As the video demonstrates, make sureto use quotation marks around the phrase you search on.
-What phrase(s) did you search on?
-How many search results do you get?
4. Then, applying the tips in library video tutorial #2,focus your search from question #3 by using the SU-subject terms option fromthe drop-down menu for one of your search rows.
-How many search results do you find after limiting thesearch by using SU-subject terms?
5. Finally, using the strategies mentioned in libraryvideo tutorial #3, locate the research guide for your major.  If you havenot declared a major yet, please select one that interests you from the optionsfrom the drop-down menu. 
Review the research guide for that major.  Describeto the rest of the class in a few sentences any interesting resources youdiscovered.